Volunteer Auxiliary Contributes Over 15,000 Hours of Service


The Memorial Medical Center – Lufkin Volunteer Auxiliary recently honored members for dedicating over 15,000 hours of volunteer time to the hospital.  At the Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon, individuals were recognized for their hours of service.

The Memorial Volunteer Auxiliary is a vital part of the organization. The volunteers contribute their time by greeting guests, answering phones, working as waiting room attendants and more.  They raise funds through the hospital gift shop, jewelry, book and scrub sales.  This group also provides scholarships through popcorn sales for students who pursue healthcare careers.

Cutline 1:  Jean Mizell (left to right) was recently recognized with a Vice President’s Bar while Chris Malone, Lola Williams and JoAnn Koenecke (not pictured: Brenda Malone) received their service pins at the 2013 Memorial Volunteer Auxiliary Luncheon.

Cutline #2:  Volunteers who were honored for 200, 300 and 400 hours of service at the Memorial Volunteer Auxiliary Luncheon were (left to right) Charlotte Carpender (400), JoAnn Handley (400), Marianne Bryson (400), Jeannie Owens (300), Carolyn Crawford (200), Dorothy Brock (200) and Chris Malone (200).  Not pictured are Sara Green (400) and Hellen Schmidt(300).

Cutline #3:  Volunteers who were honored for 500, 600, 700, 900 and 1000 hours of service at the Memorial Volunteer Auxiliary Luncheon were (left to right) Betty Reeves (500), Shirley Ware (600), JoAnn Koenecke (600), Naomi Curry (600), Heather Hughes (700), Mary Carroll (900) and Patsy Weems (1000).  Not pictured is Faye Hopkins with 500 hours of service.

Publish Date: 

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

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